soucier etymology

French word soucier comes from Latin sollus (Whole, entire, unbroken.)

Detailed word origin of soucier

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
sollus Latin (lat) Whole, entire, unbroken.
sollicitus Latin (lat) (of mental afflictions) Troubled, engaged, upset, disturbed, anxious, solicitous; afflicted.. Excited, passionate.. Thoroughly moved, agitated or disturbed; restless, unceasing.. Very careful for, concerned in, punctilious, particular about.
sollicito Latin (lat) I distress, harass. I disturb, stir, agitate. I rouse, excite, incite. I solicit, tempt, seduce, attract, induce. I vex.
soucyer Middle French (frm) (reflexive, se soucyer) to worry.
soucier French (fra) (reflexive, se soucier) to worry (experience or feel worry). (transitive, dated) to worry.

Words with the same origin as soucier

Descendants of sollus
Solange insouciamment insouciant solennel solennité sollicitation solliciter sollicitude